With the well-versed diversity and well-facilitated campus, both the colleges are in a league of its own. There are very few management institutes that offer specialization in financial studies as a separate course. NIBM and KJ are placed in top among these few Institutes.
KJ is considered one of the best colleges in India with a 56 NIRF 2020 rank and 5th rank by the Times 2020.
NIBM is also one of the best in India and is ranked above 100 by NIRF.
Admission for the courses is done based on the score for CAT/CMAT/GMAT/XAT with a 50% graduation score.
The cutoff score of GMAT is 95+ percentile, cut off score of CMAT is 95+ percentile, and cut off score of CAT is 85 percentile.
Admission for the courses is done based on the score for CAT/CMAT.
NIBM Pune also accepts the MAT score. The cutoff score of MAT is 94+ percentile, cut off score of CMAT is 94+ percentile, cut off score of CAT is 80 percentile.
The final selection is done by the university based on the written ability test (WAT) and Personal Interview (PI).
NIBM offers a full-time PG Diploma in Management program (PGDM) in Banking and finance and one course in MBA.
The total fee for the MBA course is about 7 Lakhs.
KJ offers a full-time PG Diploma in Management program (PGDM) in Banking along with finance and 12 different courses in MBA.
The course fee is about 15 Lakhs.
NIBM Pune has a 100% placement record.
They provide many internships and social development projects for students to avail of a better job opportunity.
The highest salary offered was 14.5 LPA with an average salary of 9.44 LPA.
KJ also has a 100% placement record.
The highest salary offered was 27 LPA with an average salary of 9.50 LPA.
The Faculty is considered better in KJ than in NIBM due to its better ranking. Also, the placement and internship opportunities are more in KJ than in NIBM. So, considering the statistics it can be said KJ is better than NIBM in a few aspects.